Miguel Sebastian

Miguel Sebastián Gascón (Madrid, 1957) is a Spanish politician and economist. He was a former member of the Spanish cabinet serving as Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism. Since the People's Party won the elections in 2011 José Manuel Soria took office as Minister of Industry.

He has been Zapatero's personal economic adviser since 2004. Before that he was a professor at the Complutense University.

On October 25, 2006 he was personally chosen by Prime Minister José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero as socialist candidate for the Madrid Mayoral elections in 2007[1] however he lost to the People's Party (PP) former Major of Madrid Alberto Ruiz-Gallardón.

Electric vehicles

Spain intends aims to put 1 million electric cars on the road by 2014 as part of the government's plan to save energy and boost energy efficiency.[2] The Minister of Industry Miguel Sebastián said that "the electric vehicle is the future and the engine of an industrial revolution".[3]

See also

References

  • "Miguel Sebastián Oficial Web"

External links

  • Ministry of Industry (English)
Preceded by
Joan Clos
Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism
2008 – present
Succeeded by
José Manuel Soria

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